Crimson Bubbletear

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Type Crystal Tear
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Restores HP when near death in mixed physick.

Crimson Bubbletear is a Crystal Tear in Elden Ring. Crystal Tears can be mixed in the Flask of Wondrous Physick to enhance its effect.

 

A crystal tear formed slowly over the ages where the Erdtree's bounty falls to the ground.

Can be mixed in the Flask of Wondrous Physick.
The resulting concoction automatically heals one's HP in the moment before death.

However, this effect only occurs once, and will expire after a certain duration.

 

Crimson Bubbletear Location in Elden Ring:

Crimson Bubbletear can be found in the following location:

 

Elden Ring Crimson Bubbletear Notes & Tips

  • Restores 30% of Max HP when health is at 20% or lower
  • Effect lasts for 3 minutes or when the HP restoration triggers
  • Will NOT PREVENT DEATH from damage that would otherwise kill the player

 

  • You can find Crystal Tears at the bases of Minor Erdtrees and elsewhere throughout the Lands Between
  • At sites of grace, you can mix two crystal tears in the Flask of Wondrous Physick (This will allow you to create elixirs with various custom effects)

 




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    • Anonymous

      In the end, if the pop a wonderous, you pop a wonderous. That’s my rule in a duel. If you pop a Regression, then so be it. If you buff, I won’t use regression (because my build won’t allow it lol, plus even if I was an intelligence build, I would use other spells.). Duels are meant to be fair.

      • Anonymous

        When you pretend to go no physicks duel and you drink it near death to immediately heal that counts as standard flask chug then

        • Anonymous

          So basically its just 30% overheal for three minutes. Definitely one of the better tears that anyone could use.

          • Anonymous

            Not sure how I feel about this. On one hand we had Tears of Denial in DS3. On the other hand this is not only stronger because it heals, but it doesn't even require any stat investment or spell slots. Completely removes flexibility from choosing what Wondrous Physick to use, because if you don't have this one: you are at a huge disadvantage

            • Anonymous

              There is no such thing as honor, only victory and defeat. If you emote, I'm buffing. If you're buffing, I'm shooting arrows. I'm here to win the duel. If you don't like that, well, I don't really care. Eat it.

              • Anonymous

                Fine during a duel on a case by case basis.

                There should be no problem if somebody with less damage negation than you, no buffs/buildup and only skill drinks it during your duel. Though I can see why people find it distasteful when summoned against a meta build and buildup/buffs yet finds it cute to tack on this physick.

                • Anonymous

                  I used to hate going up against this physick when using my hybrid builds, as it felt like I have to outplay people so much to go through 2700+ worth of health and like 90% of community seems to use this physick. Now that I switched to a pure build that can do 1k+ worth of quick burst damage, vast majority of the time I can kill people without their crimson bubbletear ever activating.

                  • Anonymous

                    This is just Tears of Denial on steroids, We used it in Ds3 duels all the time i dont get what fuss is all about.

                    • Anonymous

                      I have about 1200-ish duels (based on the amount of furl calling fingers I have), let me give my insight into the debate on this tear.

                      I think it is fine when people use it because, unlike estus, each player only has one. I have been obliterated many times with it and without it. Yes, you can mistake it for an estus when used below 20% health, but drinking your tear flask also takes much longer. So, I would not consider this dishonorable. Also, IF your enemy can pull this off and not die, that probably means you gave them too much space or got outplayed.

                      THIS tear is not tryhard at all (depending on what your definition is, pvp is competitive by nature), because : 1. Its not irrefutably better than any other tear. 2. It does not prevent death. 3. it does not activate on demand. 4. It can be cleansed.
                      Thank you, don't forget to dislike.

                      • Anonymous

                        You drink it before the fight? Ok, you're tryharding, but fair enough. But if you drink it while near death and get instantly healed - then you're pathetic

                        • Anonymous

                          The game needs to have more items like this; about 99% of duels in this game last a minute or less and this item helps change that. You can always tell when your opponent has it active so you can drink your mixed physick aswell, and it can only be used once per duel so there's no spamming it unlike red estus.

                          • Anonymous

                            I have this on my Physick BUT I never use Physick FIRST and only use it after the opponent uses it. So that should have no complaints at that point.

                            • Anonymous

                              To everyone saying "DON'T USE THIS IN DUELS, IT'S JUST LIKE RED FLASK," please stop and think for a sec, because you're wrong. We don't use red flasks in duels because the host has twice as many, which is not fair. But EVERYONE gets ONE physick flask, and can use it how they want. Glad we cleared this up.

                              • Anonymous

                                Killing someone with a strong attack when they are at low hp before they get to activate this is satisfying.

                                • Anonymous

                                  Just took the boss out that drops this item and nothing. All I got were souls and a blank a screen of sadness realizing I now have to beat the game and make it all the way to the snowfield again for 1 item. Lol eldenring things

                                  • Anonymous

                                    This doesn't belong in pvp. Straight up healing. Anyone using this is no different than chugging a regular red flask at low health in a duel.

                                    • Anonymous

                                      You clowns are out your minds. This tear is my go-to for PvP. A no-requirement Tears of Denial that heals you (so you don't get plinked by the crazy amount of fast damage like Fan Daggers) but doesn't make +21% overkill damage completely pointless (STR and glass cannon builds will appreciate this).

                                      • Anonymous

                                        Tears of denial was far better and you guys seem to be freaking out more about this. It's just a free (but not full) heal not a death prevention. You can still burst someone down who is at 21% hp to 0 hp with strong damage.

                                        • Anonymous

                                          This tear has very limited use. You have to get below 20% for this to proc. There's plenty of bosses that can hit you for around 50% to 75% of your health in one hit of a combo and then finish you off with the next hit, causing you to completely miss the window this item needs to proc. The only times this is useful is in situations where you get hit for about 90% of your health from a powerful boss and they don't follow up for a second hit, and you have time to use your own healing flash because if they can hit you for 90% of your health, healing back up 30% probably won't save you from the next hit.

                                          • Anonymous

                                            This isnt tears of denial but it does not mean that its bad, useful in situations where you get beat low and you need to heal but healing is risky. Especially if you dont really have any use for any of the elemental attack crystal tears, good pair with opaline bubbletear

                                            • Anonymous

                                              I used this plus opaline bubbletear when i've reached Melania's second fase and it helped a lot, i was able to tank one hit and quickly heal the second, the third killed me though.

                                              • Anonymous

                                                I used this plus opaline bubbletear when i've reached Melania's second fase and it helped a lot, i was able to tank one hit and quickly heal the second, the third killed me though.

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  does anyone know of another effect that looks exactly the same (a bubble around the player) but negates damage over time not just one instance? I've seen people tanking Malenia's super swipes with that thing but idk what it is.

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    It's also obtainable on a corpse on a cliff just above the Giant's Gravepost grace. If you're aiming Southeast from the site of grace, it's on the cliff where gravestones are jutting out of the side of the cliff. Best way to get there is to start at the Foot of the Forge grace and keep running North past the giants and giant hands, eventually you'll start descending the mountain and come to a 'dead end' which you can shimmy around a ledge with two little hands guarding the path and end up in front of the corpse with the crimson bubbletear on it.

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      Don't assume this thing is tears of denial like i did, it really isnt and quite frankly i think this thing sucks. Never noticed the healing at all; you'd be better off using the regen one instead since it will actually save you.

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        For the people that want to know how it works, when you drop below ~20% you get healed for 25% of your health. So it's honestly not that great in my opinion.

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          I noticed it hasn't been added yet, so:
                                                          It's obtained by killing the Erdtree Avatar(s) at Mountaintops of the Giants

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